Beginner Korean Conversation 4 – Where is the Bathroom?

Practice Korean Coversation - Where is the Bathroom

It’s been a while but welcome back for the long over due fourth part in our Beginner Practice Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between 2 strangers, one guy “Marco” is looking for the nearest bathroom and asks “Joon Jae” for directions.  This conversation can be modified depending on where you are but the general concepts should stay the same.

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Rubber Duck – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday September 28th

Rubber Duck – 고무 오리 (Go/Mu  Oh/Ree)

Welcome back for this weeks final bathroom related word of the day. Moving along from yesterdays word Toilet Paper we have a bathroom favorite for many kids around the world Rubber Duck or 고무 오리 in Korean.

Thank you for your time today and we wish everyone a very enjoy Chuseok Weekend.

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Toilet Paper – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Thursday September 27th

Toilet Paper – 휴지 (Hyou / Jee)

Welcome back for this weeks word number four for things around the bathroom. Moving along from yesterdays word Shower we have a bathroom favorite Toilet Paper or 휴지  in Korean.

Thank you for your visit today and don’t forget to check out tomorrows 5th and final bathroom related word of the day 🙂

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Shower – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday September 26th

Shower – 샤워 (Sya / Wa)

Welcome back for this weeks word number three for things around the bathroom. Moving along from the Sink we have Shower or 샤워 in Korean (sounds very similar).

Often in smaller studio or officetel apartments in South Korea a shower can often by connected to the sink, and the bathroom as a whole is more of a wetroom style.

Thank you for your visit today and don’t forget to check out tomorrows 4th bathroom related word of the day 🙂

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Sink – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Tuesday September 25th

Sink – 싱크대 (Sing / Ker / Dae)

Welcome back for this weeks word number two for around the bathroom and moving along from the Toilet we have Sink or 싱크대  in Korean. 싱크대 sounds very similar in English and Korean apart from the ending in Korean is .

A sink in Korea as you might expect is the same as in any other country.

Thank you for your visit today and don’t forget to check out tomorrows 3rd bathroom related word of the day 🙂

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Toilet – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Monday September 3rd

Toilet / Bathroom – 화장실 (Hwa / Jang / Sil)

Here is the first of our rooms (around the house) word of the day week. Are first word is Bathroom or in Korean 화장실.

Thank you for your interest and please come back tomorrow for word number 2.

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